By Laura Müller
We all know the situation: Somebody calls for a brainstorming session about a vague topic. Some people are late, maybe some have to leave the meeting early, so the actual time to brainstorm is way too limited. During the meeting the exact task is not clear, so people may just sit there and chitchat. In the worst case, people kill alleged crazy ideas due to the budget or technical reasons. So in the end, you’re left with mediocre ideas that satisfy no one.